C18 Isokinetic dynamometer for the cervical / thoracic spine
Fully automated procedures – adjustments and fixings
- Automatic workload adjustment and patented MKB-System weight pretensioner
- Automatic CVC fixing
- Adjusting the shoulder cushion
- Adjusting the angle of motion
- Ergonomic lumbar support
- Automatic seat height adjustment
- Additional leg support
- Automatic knee fixation
- Height adjustment of the foot cushion
- 17 inch rotary monitor
- Adjustable movable arm
- Biometric fingerprint
DIMENSIONS: length: 120cm / width: 100cm / height: 180cm
LOCATION AREA: approx. 1,5m2
ENERGY CONSUMPTION: 3 euro / month
COMPUTER: Integrated PC, including easy-to-control software and 17-inch touchscreen monitor
ISOKINETIC DYNAMOMETER FOR THE CERVICAL / THORACIC SPINE
C 18 acts on the entire CVC muscle chain in a 2D exercise
The 2D procedure can start from different starting angles.
Before starting the procedure, the patient will be positioned with the thigh flexion on the pelvis and the leg flexion on the thigh at 90 °.
This isokinetic dynamometer is characterized by the fact that both CVC and CVT are in the zero position. Only the zero position ensures the correct execution of the procedures, this being the basic principle of the C18 Isokinetic Dynamometer. The flexion and extension movement underlies the procedures. This ensures the correction of kyphosis of the thoracic spine and cervical spine at C6 and C7 level. (extension movement) Automatically, the remaining segments, which expand, enter a bending position, thus guaranteeing freedom of movement of the CVC.
4 settings and fixings for a correct posture
2 procedures in a single isokinetic dynamometer
Ergonomic special foam pillows to prevent bruising
Protection for the shoulders and arms at the level of the spine and shoulder
Head pillow to stabilize the cervical spine
Weight claiming device
Biometric fingerprint scanner
Intelligent procedure measurement system
PROCEDURE FOR FLEXIA / EXTENSION OF THE HEAD AND NECK
The special feature of the Isokinetic Dynamometer is that it acts on both CVC and CVT and the procedures can be performed physiologically in a single procedure.